Not even the star power of Gal Gadot can save Wonder Woman 1984 from its many WWTF moments.
AUTHOR Russ Ceccola
I have had a strong love for entertainment since I was old enough to play pinball machines and go to the movies. I have been writing professionally since 1986 when I branched out from my position as Entertainment Editor of The Villanovan to write about computer games and video games for lots of different magazines like Commodore Magazine, GAMES and Electronic Games. Rich and I started an online magazine about games called Escapade in 1998, so it's only fitting that we join up once again to write about our other love - movies - as well as games, politics, music, theater and anything else that moves us. Heck, it feels like I'm back to being an Entertainment Editor again.
Tenet ultimately leaves you mentally and physically exhausted yet ready to go back(wards) into the theater to repeat the experience.
Floors it as two brothers take on a valiant quest to reunite loved ones using long-dormant magic.
Woos Austen fans and other moviegoers alike with its mix of comedy, romance and miscommunication
Wraps a mystery in the trappings of a horror film and slowly peels back layer after layer of surprises hidden just out of sight.
Reinforces the established theory that most video games should not be turned into movies.
Rather than deplane before you reach Fantasy Island, settle back in your seat and ride out this surprisingly entertaining horror flick.
Lures you in with the tempting familiarity of the fairy tale and turns things upside down as it reveals its true nature.
Bad Boys for Life delivers older men in strife as it goes from bad to worse.
Borrows heavily from other classics and still forges its own path for a fun romp deep in the ocean.
Ties up some loose ends, yet it doesn’t provide all of the answers to questions raised throughout this trilogy.